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New trio hire for property consultancy Fisher German

Fisher German is pleased to announce three promotions from their new London office, including a new salaried partner, following a strong period of success for the firm.

Fisher German has invited Ed Moore (pictured) to join the partnership, with Doug Gordon becoming senior surveyor and Simon Pratt being named head of IT change.

Ed, who joined Fisher German as part of the merger with Matthews & Goodman in 2022, has more than 20 years of experience in the industry and is delighted to have been invited into the partnership.

He said: “The merger has created the largest national firm of independent UK property consultancies and I’m proud to be actively launching and building on the existing central London agency presence.”

Fortuitous timing

He added: “It is fortuitous timing to become a partner during such an exciting period for the business and be part of a team able which can offer such a wide range of service lines from a growing office coupled with an enhanced wider national network.

“The core London and fringe office markets continue to witness the acceleration of tenants considering relocations enabling an upgrade to ‘best in class’ – often pre-fitted, landlord space with top-level sustainable and green credentials. 

“This is not surprising given the ESG drivers influencing a lot of Board decisions. Conversely, we continue to advise tenants who wish to explore ‘stay vs. go’ options with the possibility of landlord contributions unlocking latent value in existing premises. 

“In the short term, the Q4 seasonal ‘back to work’ footfall has risen yet again, and this is likely to prompt further review from tenants of their use of office space leading to increasing transactional volumes and continued trends moving into 2024.

“In the medium to long term, landlords holding a surplus of second-hand non-prime stock are likely to be looking hard at their assets and portfolios in terms of comprehensive refurbishment vs. re-purposing.”

Fisher German has promoted 39 colleagues across all areas of its business following another six months of success for the firm.

New office

The news comes after Fisher German announced it is opening a new office at 15 Colmore Row – a prominent address in the centre of Birmingham – as it looks to grow its presence in and around the UK’s second city.

Senior partner, Duncan Bedhall, said: “It is always a privilege to announce colleague promotions and to reflect on their achievements as they progress through our business. 

“Seeing such a variation of roles across the Divisions is reflective of our continued growth and the diversity of services we offer, and it’s great to see how much this has evolved over the last few years.”

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